plante etymology

Middle English word plante comes from Proto-Indo-European *pl(e)Hk-, Proto-Indo-European *plat, Latvian plāns, and later Latin planta (A plant. A shoot, twig, sprout. The sole (of the foot).)

Detailed word origin of plante

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
*pl(e)Hk- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
*plat Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
plāns Latvian (lav) (dialectal) barn floor, threshing floor (syn. klons) (of texts) plan (concise sequential formulation of the structure of a text). (usually in the locative, with , , etc.) plane (level of importance). Plan (a future event worked out in detail; the corresponding text or document). Plan (intention, idea, thoughts about the future realization of some course of action). Plan, map (a drawing [...]
*plāntā Proto-Italic (itc-pro)
planta Latin (lat) A plant. A shoot, twig, sprout. The sole (of the foot).
plante Old English (ang)
plante Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as plante

Descendants of *pl(e)Hk-
flor plane pleyn